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‘Brand New’ at New BLK

 

‘I Heard She’s a Feminist’

 

Contentiously Being Jewish.

 

Crazy Days in The Hospital

 

Truckin ‘n Singin’ Down Texas Way.

 

Fine Fabric

 

Circle Theatre gathers around The Vagina Monologues

 

The Rose Theater Brigade Wins National Award

 

A vehicle for C & W-type songs at Community Playhouse

 

Mock the Magnificent

 
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Area Schools Learn a ‘Wicked’ Way to Stop Bullying

Omaha Performing Arts has recognized seven Nebraska schools for their work on anti-bullying projects, applying what they learned at the WICKED Anti-Bullying Summit. In May of last year, over 250 attendees participated in an anti-bullying summit coordinated by Omaha Performing Arts. It aimed to equip students and educators with the skills to respond to hate- and bias-motivated bullying. Schools were encouraged to...


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In the Drawing Room

The Moving Gallery of the Old Omaha Association presents an exhibition of recent figurative and floral drawings along with a site-specific installation by Kristin Pluhacek. Kristin Pluhacek: Drawings is on view in the Garden of the Zodiac Gallery in the Old Market Passageway, January 29 – March 09, 2015 with an opening reception January 29 from 7 – 9pm.

Kristin Pluhacek: Drawings emphasizes two bodies of Pluhacek’s...


Living in the Material World….

When in 10th grade, my English teacher, Mr. Hoover, gave my class the assignment to write an instruction manual for an everyday, super common object. I chose the tape dispenser. Meticulously describing how to take the tape out of the box and place that tape dispenser thing in the center of the tape cartridge and then how to place it in the dispenser was gruesome.

Line after line of cumbersome descriptions and made...


Buffalo Bill Strides Again

The Rose Theater has a brand-new work by Omaha’s Max Sparber calling forth images of this city and the nation’s past. It’s Buffalo Bill’s Cowboy Band, a primarily verbal, theatrical review of some of that icon’s adventures, Cody doing the telling. In this colorful, lively quasi-lecture, near-documentary, young audiences have a chance to learn about him. And adults may find fascinating the many on-screen projections...


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